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Deadman & Digi Hartatak are back.... in the 1970's. With some help from Electric Stiletto on pyramid drums on Electric Entourage, the funk flows freely and the grooves get groovier. Influenced by the progression through the decade of disco and decadance, Welcome Back takes you roughly back to the beginning you should have never escaped Kotter. Different strokes lead to Trapper John, time and time again. The Entourage is funky and Electric as they glam up the Vegas Strip with fear and loathing. Facing dual personalities at every turn, the next track is Bipolar Too.
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Artist/Composer: Deadman & Digi Hartatak & Electric Stiletto
Keywords: 1970; 1971; 1972; 1973; 1974; 1975; 1976; 1977; 1978; 1979; funk; disco; progressive; jam; pyramid; scheme; game; show; welcome back; rock; power switchblade; electric stiletto
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Subject: 44 downloads?
no flash playerlip?
Subject: Let Her Be
when I finally gott he allusion,it inspired some new lyrics;
hello Kiddy, hello darkness
Ocean City, where the bored ends
tilt and wurl, slobber Bob you
little girl, he wants to rob you
let her be...
sluring drunken wisdom
let her be
Uncle Erny's, UncLe Eddy
spoke in murmur, word confetti
Papa Loopy, Brain Dead's donor
for your poopy, pops a boner
let her be...
no, was the answer
let her be
Styrofoam Cueball -
Subject: When I Find Myself With Double Bubble, Brother Deadman Sings To Me
Truly excellent, I'm movin' and groovin' around the room to this like Mike Hate back in the locker room of Dorsey High... wherever that is. Brilliant tones all around, and Deadman never sounded better. I can't pick a favorite, even though I'm biased towards Track 3. :)
Subject: i sensed u guyz were in hevi mixing
(i'm kinda psychic that way)
...really liking tracks 4 & 5 esp.--this ep sounds like it was a total blast to make, like muppets on xstasy!!! is this rly what the 70's were like??
well i wanna time machine then!!! great lyrical humor & sonic surprizes!!!
lol what a cool gif too!!
u guyz are always so topical--I LUV IT!!!